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Folk-lore of the Holy Land. Moslem, Christian and Jewish (1907)

Author: Hanauer, J. E. (James Edward), b. 1850; Pickthall, Marmaduke William, 1875-1936
Subject: Folklore
Publisher: London : Duckworth & co.
Language: English
Call number: GR285 .H2 1907
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Cornell University Library
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Collection: cornell; americana

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"About one-third of the matter here presented has been published in America in another version, and the chapters on animal and plant-lore were originally contributed to the Palestine exploration fund quarterly statement."--p. xviii

Introduction.--Concerning the creation and divers saints and miracles.--Containing legends and anecdotes possibly founded on fact.--Stories and anecdotes illustrating social ideas, superstitions, etc

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